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post #1 of 468 (permalink) Old 11-24-2015, 02:56 PM - Thread Starter
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Lowest price seen as of yet for monitor (8/16/16) 399.99$ USD


EDIT: 9/29/15

Cannot find Monitor "New" for less than 540.00$ Now on EBAY

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Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Brightness: 350 cd/m²
Model: 324K UHD(IRON TRIPOD)
Response Time: 6 ms
MPN: 324K UHD(IRON TRIPOD)
Plug Type: Korean C Type
Display Technology: LED
Voltage: Free volt(100-240V)
Max Resolution: 3840 x 2160

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Model : 324K UHD(IRON TRIPOD)
Panel : AHVA (IPS-type)
Sruface Treatment : Anti-Glare 3H
Panel Size : 81.3Cm (32-type)
Screen size (physical) :708.4(H) X 398.5(V)
Aspect Ratio : 16: 9
Maximum resolution : 3840X2160 @60Hz
Response time : 6ms
Viewing angle : 178 (H) / 178 (V)
Brightness : 350cd / m²
Contrast Ratio : 1,000: 1
DCR : 5,000,000: 1
Pixel size : 0184 mm x 0.184 (per one triad)
Display colors : 1.07G Colors (8-bit+FRC)
Optimum resolution :
Displayport 3840 x 2160 @60Hz
HDMI 2.0 (3840 x 2160 @60Hz)
HDMI 1.4 x 2 (3840 x 2160 @30Hz)
RGB 1920X1080 @60Hz

Input Terminal : DP VER1.2, HDMI 2.0, HDMI 1.4X2, RGB, Audio IN/OUT, SPDIF, USB, DC
Speaker : 10 W x 10W
Power consumption : 49W (maximum), 35W (average), 25W (lowest)
Standby Power : 0.5W
Power supply equipment :
OUTPUT : 24V 2.5A DC
INPUT : 110-240V ~50/60Hz, 1.5A

Stand : 735 (w) x 490 (h) x 200 (d) mm
Without Stand : 737 (w) x 430 (h) x 52 (d) mm
When using the stand : 8.5kg
Without Stand : 7.6kg
Including packaging weight : 12.5kg
VESA specifications : 100x 100mm

CONSTRUCTION of UNIT

Assembly Time: 5-10min.

You have a Phillips Screwdiver for the stand. Stand is 3 Pieces. 2 Legs. The Main body that attaches to the Monitor.




Two above pictures by @ghabhaducha

Info @Bigdream on How to Get to English Settings for OSD Menu

As mentioned by another poster here on the board, setting up the remote for English is fairly straight forward.

1) On the remote, Press the MENU Button
2) From the left column, on the screen, scroll all the way to the last choice using the DOWN arrow button
3) Press OK
4) That will take you to the top of the middle column, the Korean equivalent of the word, Language
5) Press OK
6) Finally, that will jump you over the to third column
7) Highlight English and press OK










Default When Hooked up




Comparison shots Vs QNIX 2710 1440p 27" Monitor





Backlight Diffuser spacing Problem on QNIX UHD3216R

QNIX

Versus the

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Going to Do a Review Soon!

Monitor is very sturdy with the Iron Tripod Base. Is Double Boxed upon Mailing to Buyer. Ordered From DreamSeller.

Waves on Steam (Running at 2160P) 120FPS Using a Single 980SC (Doesn't look like SLI is possible in this game)
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Rise of the Tomb Raider
(High Preset Bench Mark Test Results)

61 FPS



With AA Set to Tri-linear (Off I guess) 60 FPS
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Metal Gear Solid Online (2160p with Low Post Processing, All Set to Very High)



WITCHER 3 (Ultra, 2160P, Postprocessing Low. Hairworks on Geralt)

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BF1 BETA 2160p On High Settings (Will Update after game is actually released and Ram Usage is Lower)


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FIFA 2017

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Finally an affordable 32"... oddly what I really want is matte though, the semi-glossy ain't cutting it for me (404k). Would also like to know about freesync support.
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Ordered one. will let you know in a week
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Hey, guys! This monitor looks pretty cool solution on AHVA... similar to BenQ BL3201PT.
Why there are no any info about it? Is that so bad?
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Ordered one. will let you know in a week
Oh, great!) Waiting for news.
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My gtx 960 doesn't get here for 4 more days too . Hopefully with expedited international shipping both will be here right on time together. I've been using 2560x1600 since 2010 so I cant wait for the upgrade! Attempt were delayed by about 2 wk as I bought the LG 43UF6430 from BB without knowing about the rgbw pixel as well as buying the 970 without knowing that it does do x265 hardware acceleration. So had to return both and order appropriate hardwares...
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So monitor is finally here. Unfortunately my gtx 960 is not here til tomorrow. So I can only test with my old gtx 480 for now...

Currently I can only get 3840 x2160 at 30hz. At elast that's the only highest resolution that gtx 480 would let me set after plugging this into a DP 1.2.

Here're pics DSCN2693.JPG 735k .JPG file DSCN2694.JPG 710k .JPG file DSCN2695.JPG 758k .JPG file DSCN2696.JPG 661k .JPG file DSCN2697.JPG 702k .JPG file DSCN2699.JPG 680k .JPG file DSCN2700.JPG 732k .JPG file DSCN2701.JPG 683k .JPG file
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Running at full native res 2160p at 30hz, single pixel txt are razor sharp as to be expected in any monitor. I am getting a fair amount of mouse input lag. If if switch to 1440p at 60hz, mouse input lag goes away.

I was able to find 1 bright stuck pixel toward the lower outer left and another at lower outer right screen using a black background. If I am not looking for them, they are completely unnoticeable.... even on the black ground....

Will test HDMI 2.0 and true 2160p60hz once my gtx 960 gets here and installed.

The attached stand stump can be removed if needed. You also get some tilt up and down adjustment and that's all you can do for adjustment...

Any question for now?
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Glad to hear you finally received your monitor)
Do you have the possibility to check input lag somehow when you get you GTX960.... in comparison with crt or some any low input lag monitor?
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At 30 hz your frames happen every 33 ms, that alone is more than TFT's "class 2" input lag of 15-30 ms, so it may just be the effect of 30 hz.

How is the anti-glare coating? Graininess vs. reflections? Is you room brightly lit or darkened /bias lighting? Can you name other monitor models you can compare to?
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At 30 hz your frames happen every 33 ms, that alone is more than TFT's "class 2" input lag of 15-30 ms, so it may just be the effect of 30 hz.

How is the anti-glare coating? Graininess vs. reflections? Is you room brightly lit or darkened /bias lighting? Can you name other monitor models you can compare to?

Coating looks to me like matte when I shine a flashlight directly at it. No worse or better than my HP LP3065. My room is usually low lit..

Changing to 60hz and mouse input lag gone. smile.gif.

I have tested both the HDMI 2.0 and DP 1.2 at 4:4:4 at 4K 60hz. And they behave the same. Razor sharp single pixel text as expected. DSCN2704.JPG 682k .JPG file

All in all it's acting just like my HP, which is a good thing.. as that's what anyone buying a monitor is expecting.

Btw this thing also have PIP using multiple inputs, if you are into that..

Any other question?

Just feel a little bumped that the GTX 960 driver doesn't support NVS 450 so I have to remove my nvs. I know I still have several ports left on the gtx but it's not the same. my nvs 450 allows for 4 more 2560x1600 monitors over 4 DP so that is a significant loss ;( .... The gtx 960 driver only support nvs 310, 315, 510, 810... There is no quadro driver package that support gtx 960 either ;(. when I had my gtx 480 running with nvs450, I also had to use an older driver package that supports both. Newer gtx 480 drivers also doesn't support nvs 450.... oh well.. ;(
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